Your documents and I-600 petition were delivered to the Embassy Kathmandu today. Your case is officially in the queue for investigation.
Since you have received travel authorization from the Government of Nepal, we will then send a request to the Government of Nepal to extend your travel authorization. We will send you a copy of the Embassy’s letter for your records and notify you as soon as we hear from them regarding a decision in your case. Please allow 4-5 business days for this.
The bad news followed. I read from The Brown's blog, that three cases were referred to The Embassy in New Delhi, which means they were not approved. This is because the Embassy in Kathmandu can't deny, they can only approve, so this is believed to be as good as a denial. To further complicate things, all these parents have already signed their adoption decree, which means these children are theirs in the eyes of Nepal. They can stay in Nepal and wait, go to Delhi and wait, or abandon their child and wait at home. Wow.
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